Diane Menago

PhD

Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology
Education

BS, Special Education, Lock Haven University
MS, Human Services Psychology, La Salle University
PsyD, Clinical Psychology, La Salle University
Dissertation title: Understanding Rampage Mass Murderers in the Public School System

Courses Taught

Undergraduate:
Qualitative Research Methods
Developmental Psychology
Physiological Psychology
Graduate Courses:
Psychopathology: Diagnosis and the DSM
Introduction to Counseling and Guidance Theory
Professional Orientation and Ethics
Group Counseling
Internship for School Counseling
Internship for Counseling in the Community
Advanced Counseling Skills: Cognitive Behavioral Techniques
Professional Seminar: Culminating Experience
The Psychology of Wellness: Blended format (Spring 2014)
School Violence
Internship for School Counseling

Publications

2013 PPA Psychology for Everyone Workshops, D. Menago, C. Devine & K. Beck, "Why Your Coping Efforts Don't Work and What Will"

2013 APA Division 36 & Loyola University 11TH Annual Mid-Year Conference on Religion and Spirituality, Harrisburg, PA, "Integrating Spirituality and Clinical Practice", D. Menago & D. Shea

2012 PACES Fall Conference, Holy Family University, Integrating Spirituality into Counseling, D. Menago, D. Shea & J. Muse-Burke

PDE Training for Educators

Presented through Bucks County Intermediate Unit, Berks County Intermediate Unit, Delaware County Intermediate Unit, Chester County Intermediate Unit, Montgomery County Intermediate Unit and St. Joseph's Learning Institute

An Educator's Guide to AD/HD
Mental Health Issues in the Classroom
The Impact of Child Abuse, Neglect and Related Risk Factors
Helping Children Cope Effectively with Crisis, Trauma and Stressful Events
Bullying and Victimization in the Public Schools (face to face and on line format)

 

Additional Info

Areas of interest:
PTSD and resiliency
Mindfulness, Meditation and Psychotherapy
Health and Wellness
The adjunctive use of Complementary and Alternative Treatments in treating trauma and maintaining wellness
Other roles:
Advisor for Clinical Mental Health Concentration, Moderator of Student Advocating for Change

Diane Menago
Contact
Office: 209 NWT
Phone: 267-341-4067